Lenzie FC footballer Andrew Hughes says he was over the moon at collecting his Midnight League Player of the Year award.
Scotland and Hull City star Robert Snodgrass, handed it to Andrew at Ibrox, who said it would live long in his memory.
The Bank of Scotland Midnight League is a network of five-a-side football games aimed at keeping youngsters aged between 12 and 16 off the streets, and to give them something else to do on a Friday and Saturday night.
After impressing the SFA coaches with his attendance and ability to organise his team, Andrew was selected as North Lanarkshire’s Player of the Year.
He also got the chance to train at Ibrox Stadium and watch Scotland play Georgia in a European qualifier.
Andrew said: “I enjoyed every minute of it. The training session was really good and then we had a good game at the end. Having someone like Robert here has been really inspirational for me as a player.
“I listened to all his advice Having someone like that is really going to help me to develop my skills.
“I would love to go on and play professionally.”
Scotland star Robert said: “The Midnight Leagues are amazing for the game . They get kids playing and are great for their communities.”